The Grand Island Farm is owned by the Harris Family who has lived and worked there since 1928. They had two generations of farmers working here until they retired in 2010 and began leasing the farm to Tod and Traci. The Grand Island Farm is 100 acres of peach, nectarine, and plum trees of multiple varieties.
The name Grand Island Farm came because the farm is on the Kings River. There is a sandy beach on the property where local farmers gather every week to share a potluck.
Scenes from the Grand Island Farm:
Fruit We Grow at the Grand Island Farm:
Our plums are firm and juicy with a smooth, naturally waxy peel. Plums begin to ripen around late May to early June.Recipes for Organic Plums:More Organic Fruit:
Nectarines are a smooth skinned fruit, sometimes referred to as a "shaved peach". Nectarines belong to the same species as peaches. They reach their peak season in July and August.Organic…
Peaches are a juicy fruit with a fuzz on the skin. They are harvested from late May to early September.Organic Peach Recipes:More Organic Fruit: